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Why Republican's silence over Trump's racist tweets speaks volumes

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IN THE PAPERS - Tuesday, July 16: We look at reactions to Donald Trump's abhorrent comments towards Democratic congresswomen and why it presages a bitter 2020 electoral campaign. Also, Matteo Salvini's close aide invokes his silence while facing questions over Russiagate. Finally, two penguins in New Zealand defy police TWICE after shacking up in the undercarriage of a food truck!

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